Roman Empire BI Nummus Constantine II 337-40 MS NGC (RIC VII 221)

Roman Empire BI Nummus Constantine II 337-40 MS NGC (RIC VII 221)

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The Roman Empire would debase its currency in times of crisis to raise government revenue. In times of great crisis, a shell of silver would be applied to base metal coins to give them the appearance of being silver by the Roman mints.

Coin Highlights:
  • Roman Billon Nummus Emperor Constantine II, son of Constantine the Great.
  • Issued as Caesar. Struck at Siscia.
  • Authenticated and graded Mint State by NGC.
  • Obverse: Constantine II laureate facing right.
  • Reverse: Soldiers facing each other holding spear and shield, and between them are two standards.
  • RIC VII 221.

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